After spending months wondering what Diogo Dalot’s future at AC Milan could be made of, the Italian media are finally bringing interesting updates on his situation.

Loaned by Manchester United for one year, there was always a chance the full-back could stay in Serie A in case of an agreement between the two sides for a permanent transfer.

The update today is the price set by the Red Devils, with the news brought by Sky Sport journalist Emanuele Baiocchini, who claims the Red Devils are demanding €20m for the move.

However, it’s also said that Milan are not keen on spending that much, and according to the report, they won’t even start negotiations for Dalot, setting their focus on other targets in the market.

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It’s website Milan News who covers the claims, and they add that recent rumours in Italy have been stating that Dalot could still stay in the country, as Napoli and Roma would be interested in his signing.

Would these clubs match Manchester United’s price for the sale? It seems unlikely, and it could be the Red Devils will need to bring those numbers down to get a move done this summer.